Public Safety: REPORTING MINOR INCIDENTS

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It is extremely important to report incidents right away, no matter how minor it may be. Even if you feel it is not worth reporting, the incident must be documented. It also ensures the details of an incident are accurate as the event will still be fresh in your mind.

Reporting minor incidents right away will allow corrective actions to be taken sooner; possibly preventing other incidents from occurring.

A minor incident is something that did not result in any personal injury, property damage, or disturbance to the community. It is a very important indicator of potentially harmful accidents that can happen in the future.  Eg. Rape, violence and community unrest.

A safe community starts with you. Immediately report incidents and especially if you are involved in them is the right thing to do. 

The reporting of minor incidents is not telling on someone but a method of identifying future problems to avoid. A minor incident today can be a serious situation tomorrow.

Help make your community a safer place to live in by reporting incidents whether it is minor or not. Text it to SMS 511 Alerts Hotline 7224 8280 or call the Madang Police Toll Free number 7225 4444.

 

 

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